Playing the marimba is a theatrical, flirtatious endeavor if you’re Naoko Takada. [Post]

A new documentary honors E.B. Henderson, who introduced basketball to D.C.’s black athletes. [Falls Church News-Press]

Furniteur dropped its debut single, “Modern Love.” [Newdust]

Studio Theatre shows off a new website, logo, and parking plan with its 2014-2015 season. [DC Theatre Scene]

D.C. is home to the nation’s highest percentage of TV binge-watchers. [DCist]

Photos of The Ataris and Authority Zero at the Fillmore [BYT]

The Washington Post got flack for nixing a Pearls Before Swine strip over offensive language. [Post]

Greys, a Toronto band often compared to Fugazi, released “Guy Picciotto,” a song mocking hero worship in music. [Pitchfork]

The NMAAHC will house photos of the freed slaves of Gullah Island. [The Root]